Published as a part of Zubaan’s series on ‘Sexual Violence and Impunity in South Asia’, the book takes the reader through the events of the night when the incident occurred and the aftermath of events that followed.
I would give up the unessential; I would give up my money, I would give my life for my children; but I wouldn’t give myself. I can’t make it more clear; it’s only something which I am beginning to comprehend, which is revealing itself to me.
Read more and more literature written by women of colour, especially Muslim women living in conflict areas.
Menstrupedia comic is a colourful and friendly way for young girls, boys, men, women, to learn about menstruation.
The book Hatred in the Belly is a critique of Brahminism itself. It is a critique of domination of upper castes in Indian scholarship, their caste blindness and their refusal to engage with the issues of representation.
Hatred in the Belly is education for people unaware of deeply-rooted caste politics.
No Outlaws in the Gender Galaxy answers some questions with a research study that attempts to understand gender through the lives of queer persons assigned gender female at birth.
Literature can zoom out what lies in the background - one of them being gender-based violence.
Avinuo Kire narrates powerful tales of women overcoming oppression culled from folk and tribal traditions.
Drawing The Line: see good Indian girls crossing the line!